|masonic ritual||York rite|
|(Catholicism) ceremonial washing of the hands; psalm recited during the hand washing ceremony; basin and towel used during a ceremonial hand-washing, basin attached to a wall, place for washing in a monastery, religious ritual||lavabo|
|(Christianity) pertaining to baptism (ritual immersion in water, ritual application of water)||baptismal|
|(Christianity) religious ceremony or ritual believed to have been instituted by Jesus and viewed as a symbol of grace (such as baptism, matrimony, etc.); Holy Communion, holy bread, consecrated elements of Communion, religious rite or ceremony, somethi...||sacrament|
|(Christianity) through baptism (ritual immersion in water, ritual application of water)||baptismally|
|act of keeping religious laws; act of keeping the biblical commandments; strictness; ritual, ceremony, compliance, observation, performance of religious ceremonies, religious rule||observance|
|act of putting oil on someone or something (often as part of a ritual)||anointment|
|act of solemnizing; performance of a ceremony (i.e. a wedding); act of performing or observing in a ritual and formal manner||solemnization|
|act or ritual of reinterring, act or ritual of reburying||reinterment|
|actions done formally and repeatedly, book of ceremonies, ceremonial, pertaining to a formal procedure; performed as a ritual, practiced as a rite, ceremony, formal procedure; rite, established practice used in religious or other ceremonies; any behavi...||ritual|
|advocating ritualism, advocating the practice of rites or rituals; in accordance with a rite or ritual, forming part of ritual||ritualistic|
|annual observation of past event, annual ritual, yearly date commemorating a special event; birthday||anniversary|
|application of oil (often as part of rite or ritual)||anointing|
|art and science of disease treatment and health maintenance; medication, remedy, drug; substance used for medical treatment, drug for treating illness, medical profession, ritual practice or sacred object, treatment of illness, treatment using drugs||medicine|
|be in charge of, dispense, give as medication, look after somebody, manage, supervise; implement, execute; supply, organize handover of property, perform as ritual, supervise oath-taking||administer|
|biblical deity given child sacrifices, Canaanite god mentioned in the Bible (whose ritual included human sacrifice)||Moloch|
|blame somebody to avoid taking responsibility, goat given sins in Jewish ritual, make somebody take the blame, person or group that is blamed for the sins or wrongdoings of others, somebody made to take the blame, somebody wrongly blamed||scapegoat|
|blessed bread in Eastern Orthodox ritual, eulogium||eulogia|
|celebrate with ceremony, make dignified, make serious and solemn; perform a ceremony (i.e. a wedding); perform or observe in a ritual and formal manner, perform a marriage ceremony, speak solemnly||solemnize|
|ceremonially, by ritual, through a ceremony or rite||ritually|
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